At the moment, full-time home students are required to pay £9,250 per year in fees, while part-time students are required to pay £1,542 per 20-credit module. International students, on the other hand, are required to pay a sum ranging from £13,500 to £25,000 per year. To stay updated on any changes that may occur, visit bcu.ac.uk/fees-costs-and-scholarships.
If you’re a home student who has obtained results that either meet or exceed the published entry requirements, you’ll be entitled to receive the Meet or Beat scholarship. This scholarship rewards eligible students with a payout of £1,000.
The BCU-Santander Widening Participation Bursary is another type of financial support that’s geared towards undergraduate students who have traditionally faced difficulties gaining admission into higher education. This bursary awards eight eligible students with a one-time monetary award of £1,000 each. Additional details regarding these scholarships and bursaries can be found on the finance pages of the university website.
As far as accommodation goes, a self-catered single room currently costs between £125 and £171 per week. If you’re interested in securing accommodation, you can choose between staying in a University-managed building or with one of our partner providers. First-year, full-time home, and international students are guaranteed accommodation in University facilities if they firmly accept an offer during the primary application period and submit their application before the specified deadline date.
If you have any inquiries, you can reach us via phone at +44 (0)121 331 5000, or through our website at bcu.ac.uk/enquiries. Questions regarding accommodation can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also find us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram by searching for MyBCU.